L.A. Noire has always been a fascinating game, despite some fundamental design flaws that hold it back from its true potential. Incredibly ambitious in the last generation and pioneering in terms of its approach to storytelling and motion capture, it also had a difficult development that became a story of its own. For some it's a game that's hard to ignore, especially now it's been re-released on current-gen hardware.
To have it on a Nintendo system is particularly exciting, especially considering its hybrid nature. To have a game of this type on the go is quite something, and generally it's transitioned well to the Switch. Of course, when it comes to technical analysis Digital Foundry is the place to go, and the team has now gone into detail into what the game delivers on Switch in comparison to PS3 and PS4, in particular.
It's an interesting watch, with Nintendo's system coming out quite well.
Let us know if you've picked up L.A. Noire on the Switch and, if so, what you think of it.